P A S T   P R O D U C T I O N S

"Peaceable Kingdom, like many of Sapience’s works, is not merely a dance performance but a mixing of artists, communities, and ideas. Seder hopes this work will be accessible not just to dancers or singers, but also to a larger audience of people who are interested in the questions and philosophies the music brings forth." - Seattle Dances 2013

Dance + Live Choral Music


2015 "Celebrate and Dance!"

SDC was commissioned by the Everett Chorale to make a new work for a piece of medieval Christmas music by Lloyd Pfautsch. It was performed by Sarah Seder, Amy Weaver, and Christine Weh- accompanied by 80 voices and the Choral Arts Orchestra at the Everett Performing Arts Center. 


2013 "Peaceable Kingdom"

Seven dancers and 60 singers bring to life a high-energy dance and acapella choral symphony of the same name with a profound message for peace. 


Presented at the University of Washington's Meany Hall with the University of Washington Chorus.

Dancing About Architecture


A site-specific dance presented with the Downtown Seattle Public Library, enlivening the unique beauty of the iconic building. The dance travelled through three main spaces and was performed live and as a film.


The dance highlights the futuristic, hive-like, and organ qualities of the space.


While We are Human

Presented at the TK Artist Lofts in Pioneer Square in Seattle the piece originated by Sapience in 2010 was remixed for the space and directed by Victoria Jacobs.


Built on Stilts 

Martha's Vineyard, MA

Presented an exerpt of While We are Human


Beyond the Threshold International Dance Festival

Presented new work by Amy Weaver at Westlake Center in Seattle


Vancouver, BC Fringe Festival

Presented Species in Vancouver, Canada at the Fringe Festival. The piece explores nature in the urban environment through movement and music that highlights the animal qualities of the dancers. Directed by Lilah Steece and co-created with members of Sapience.



"“Really sizzling.” -Plank Magazine 2011


“Birds entangled in a giant spider web…[their] dance formed human sculptures and intricate forms.”-Van Music 2011


"She reeled through impressive backbends to stand as if hovering on the edge of a precipice…one dancer cocooned herself in white fabric, becoming an amorphous larvae wriggling mesmerizingly to the sound of insect feeding noises.”  -Seattle Dances 2011

"Something for every kind of dance lover."


- Seattle Sun Times 2010


Siteworks Tacoma

Presented Heart Circulation at the Museum of Glass


Beyond the Threshold International Dance Festival

Presented What goes up at Westlake Center


Duets + produced at Erickson Theater in Seattle presented:

Species - first excerpt presented










Beyond the Threshold International Dance Festival

Presented Heart Circulation at Seattle Center


12 Minutes Max- On the Boards

Presented work by Amy Weaver


Produced and presented work at the Fremont Abbey in Seattle

Heart Circulation




and others